Reconciling what you love to do with what you have to do is the ultimate challenge.
However, here is something I would like you to ask yourself.
Do you have something you would like to do, something you like, something you are interested in right now?
How many of those things, exactly as you would ideally like to do them, can you get started on them right away?

If you can’t do them as you ideally would, there are many practical reasons why you might not be able to do them.
Money, time, approval or disapproval, social responsibilities, etc., are all things that come between the ideal and the reality in which you live. And to these situations, we either ignore them, are overwhelmed, or feel guilty.

But here’s what I want to tell you.
Guilt itself is a memory.
We are meeting our ideals and likes in order to clean with the guilt that we see when we do what we want to do. We have the experience of wanting to do this now in order to be free. We are given the chance to free ourselves, the slaves of memory, through the things we like and the ideals we like.

If you let your guilt remain, it will be passed on to your children. It will also affect what you do otherwise. Therefore, we need to be carefully honest with ourselves when we encounter our likes and ideals.
We must remember that the greatest gift is to clean with every experience and thought that appears in the process of carefully opening that beautiful box.

Where do we start and end up being lazy and irresponsible? There is no ruler to measure it for ourselves. However, in the process of learning who we are through Ho’oponopono, that is, cleaning all the memories that come into view in the process of living our self-identity, reality will emerge as the right path for you.
Guilt, exhaustion, and even motivation are memories. I am this kind of person, lazy, serious, looking for something, all of these are not the real you. They are all memories.
Only when you clean with them, when you connect to the zero, the void, the divine part of you, when you are “I AM THE I”, when you continue to live being the divine intelligence itself, will what you truly seek emerge in your life.
We get to live what we really want in ways beyond what you might have expected. What really makes the difference is inspiration.

Mahayana I. Dugast

Mahayana I. Dugast, Ph.D. met SITH Ho’oponopono in 2008. She has three sons and one grandson. She says that her work, motherhood, and grandmotherhood are all in harmony with the blessings of being able to practice the “true self” that she learned at SITH. She attributes her ability to express herself in all three roles with a peaceful heart to the cleaning of each moment. To read the full interview with Mahayana I. Dugast, please click here.

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